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. [ male announcer ] ask your doctor if chantix is right for you. affected by superstorm sandy got early holiday cheer. as marlie hall reports secret santa came to one of the neighborhoods with all those presents and this is a neighborhood hit by superstorm sandy. >> reporter: santa arrived for hundreds of kids still without a permanent home after superstorm sandy. sandy flooded 10-year-old matthew rosenhaus's basement. destroying most of his toys. matthew's mom said it was difficult. >> trying to get new things. the people who have been donating to get stuff have been awesome. >> reporter: joy wong developed this gift-giving charity after she helped her friend clean out. >> her son was throwing out toys and was so emotional about it, so upset not understanding what he might have done to have to have his toys thrown out. the organization received enough donations to fulfill the wishes of 2,000 of some of sandy's youngest victims. some of the kids got their gifts here at this christmas party. 10-year-old michael caprio says christmas won't be the same now that his family lives in a small
-- >> it was -- it was as high as i've ever seen it. >> more than a month than superstorm sandy devoured part of if east coast parts of maryland are still struggling to recover. >> maryland has less than 30 days to file a repeal with fema after its refusal to help those affected by superstorm sandy. they say they are open to give parts of maryland a closer look but kisses of oceancy they -- citizens they say don't need it. the toughest loss -- >> we did loss part of the fishing pier on the ocean front which is big news. everyone relates to the pier. just the eastern portion of the pier. we did loss that but that has been contracted to be rebuilt. >> the pier should be back up before next summer. the mayor tells us there is no lingering problems that the fema is dealing with. they are working on beach maintenance and replenishment. >> tonight's medical alert. a new study out of john hopkins shows that fasting might be key for epilepsy patients. researchers tell us that children with seizures that are treated with a high-fat low carb diet may get an added benefit from fasting. the results suggest that combined
newsome. after nearly two months since superstorm sandy devastated the east coast, thousands of people are still trying to rebuild. days before christmas, volunteers delivered a little hope to one family. erika is in new york with that story. >> reporter: lanny doesn't have a job this christmas. superstorm sandy destroyed the restaurant where she and her three daughters worked. it also wiped out the first floor of their home in breezy point, new york. >> do you just want to be back in your home, even if it's not going to be the same? >> reporter: volunteers are trying to make that happen. days before christmas, seven of them put up insulation, an expensive job that this single mother says she just doesn't have money for right now. >> it's a relief. it's like a burden off your shoulders. fabulous. they're such kind, thoughtful people. >> reporter: the family won't be back in their house this christmas. in fact, they don't expect the work to be complete here until the spring. but they say knowing others volunteered their time to make their christmas a little brighter is the best gift the
's a holiday effort to help victims of superstorm sandy. i'm tim williams with more from towson coming up. >> i'm meteorologist bernadette woods. the mild air is going to continue, but so does the chance for some rain. we'll have your first warning forecast coming up when eyewitness news returns. >> complete coverage continues with adam may and meteorologist bernadette woods and sports with stan saunders. it's wjz, maryland's news station. ♪ jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the -- ♪ ♪ oh, what fun it is to ride... ♪ get in the holiday spirit with dunkin's peppermint mocha new white chocolate, or gingerbread flavors today. america runs on dunkin'. have you started shopping? just waiting for inspiration to strike. and there it is! done. genius. give the gift of dunkin' coffee. get two pounds for $14.99, only at dunkin' restaurants. america runs on dunkin'. 74 . >>> looks like pea soup out there. foggy again. 50 degrees in central maryland. bernadette woods will have the complete forecast coming up. first why police try to control pro british loyalist
property taxes. >> it has almost been two months since superstorm sandy hit some parts of the east coast really hard. we have an update on how some folks on the eastern shore can get some additional aid. >> the most inspirational story of the nfl season. that plus a host of firings across the league, later in sports. >> we will let you know what to expect from the weather and the first few days of the new year. temperatures are in the ...so as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15 % or more on car insurance. someone get me a latte will ya, please? >> as we head into the new year, a number of new laws are set to go into effect in maryland. one of the most high-profile new law allows gay couples to get married. current city officials will get an
superstorm sandy? >> we will tell you the big-name the ravens will miss for the rest of the season. >> shores on a steed doppler. some big changes. 48 at the airport. 48 at the airport. relative we're here! [ giggling ] these days, nobody has time to get sick. mom, i don't feel good. but minuteclinic makes it easy to get well. our nurse practitioners can diagnose and write prescriptions for everything from strep throat to sinus infections with no appointment necessary, so you can feel better in no time. minuteclinic, the medical clinic in cvs pharmacy, now offering flu shots every day, no appointment necessary. find a clinic near you at minuteclinic.com. >> 21 people were taken to hospitals but not their injuries was considered to be life- threatening. authorities are investigating the cause. >> avoiding the fiscal cliff as a party. president obama and house speaker john boehner met for about 45 minutes this morning. speaker john boehner offered an increase on the top tax rate if the president agrees to $1 trillion in spending cuts. note deals have been agreed upon. the federal emergency mana
. >> talk about hope. the united nations using the tragedy of superstorm sandy, trying to get countries to pony up more green agenda. time for u.s. taxpayers to finally pull the plug on this? having you ship my gifts couldn't be easier. well, having a ton of locations doesn't hurt. and a santa to boot! [ chuckles ] right, baby. oh, sir. that is a customer. oh...sorry about that. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. fedex office. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ heart rate increases ] man: a few inches of water caused all this? [ heart rate increases ] woman #2: but i don't even live near the water. what you don't know about flood insurance may shock you -- including the fact that a preferred risk policy starts as low as $129 a year. for an agent, call the number that appears on your screen. >> coming up, the u.n. wants the u.s. to pony up to keep the temperatures down and using superstorm sandy as part of the pitch. >
reports its losses from damage and destruction caused by superstorm sandy will be $1.3 billion. it's green monday. the second monday in december is considered a critical day for retailers as holiday shoppers begin to realize time is quickly counting down to christmas. phillip streible of rjo futures is here to get us going on a monday morning. happy monday to you. > > and also to you. > it is going to be a busy week. we have a fed meeting coming up this week, and a lot of people are talking about this so-called "gold storm." what does that mean? > > what people are doing is they are looking at this fed announcement that is coming up and seeing if the fed will make any kind of adjustment to the current policy that they have in place. there is some talk that they may adjust some of the duration of the treasuries that they are looking at purchasing, so the gold market may continue an upward rise right through $1,735. really i think the next key psychological level is $1,800. > what do you anticipate from the stock market? will we see any kind of follow-through on the jobs number this week? >
about hope. the united nations using the tragedy of superstorm sandy, tragedy of superstorm sandy, trying to get c c c c c [beep] [speaking foreign language] [heart beating] [heartbeat continues] [faint singing] [heartbeat, musiclaying louder] ♪ i'm feeling better since you know me ♪ ♪ i was a lonely soul, but that's the old me... ♪ announcer: this song was created with heartbeats of children in need. find out w it can help frontline health workers bring hope to llions of children at everybeatmatters.org. ♪ remember when ♪ ♪ 30 seemed so old ♪ now looking back ♪ ♪ it's just a stepping stone ♪ to where we are ♪ where we've been ♪ said we'd do it all again ♪ remember when >> welcome back, playing the sandy card for the green agenda? it's true, the united nations pow wowing this week and using super storm sandy the reason why. and countries could pay up to 100 billion dollar to finance a green climate funds and help the poor nations fight global warming and one of the u.s. top scientists saying the is he vseverity of the storm is no coincidence. >> that's
you. >> with superstorm sandy not quite five weeks behind them, the governors of new jersey and new york are asking for nearly $80 billion in federal aid. many distressed homeowners thought they were already covered by federal flood insurance. but now as michelle miller stills us, they're being told think again. >> reporter: roman and mar yain-- marianna bediner staten island home was flooded by 11 feet of water when sandy struck. >> how high did the water come in? >> the water went through the ceiling on to the first floor. >> reporter: they had flood insurance through fema, the federal emergency management agency, that's kpon for people who live in flood zones. they thought the inspector from fema would give them a check to repair $100,000 in damages. >> the first floor where you are standing now is definitely not covered by the flood policy. >> reporter: why? >> this neighborhood is considered to be in the flood zone. >> reporter: under fema's flood insurance program, the first floor of a house such as the bediners should be used for parking or storage only. furnaces and water he
of superstorm sandy. >> fema has given a thunderstorms down to individual assistance here. lowell mesler joins us with more. >> this announcement by fema and the obama administration is receiving shock by all elected officials in maryland. earlier today on capitol hill senators pleaded once again with the fema director for help. >> come down from national geographic to take pictures how clean we are. they want to hear the songs. right now we're singing the blues and we're singing them loud and clear and we're singing them here. >> the senator speaks wednesday at a sub committee on hurricane sandy on capitol hill expressing sadness and disbelief that fema denied the state's request for individual assistance for the residents on the shore affected by superstorm sandy. another senator pointed out that the state was spared from the scene that happened to the north locations still received 30 inches of snow and some counties were destroyed by flooding. >> you are suffering as any part or any community of this storm with homes that are not hasn'table. >> they have pledged to appeal the denial democr
at 7.7%. the best number since december of twachlt the labor department says superstorm sandy had little affect on those numbers. >>> the markets continue their familiar pattern of following the latest word or words or hopes on the fiscal cliff. no major moves during the week, but several times the market ran out of steam toward the end of the trading session. as for the fiscal cliff, the house of representatives left for a long weekend on wednesday. while there may be some behind-the-scenes action in terms of the talk no one from the house is home. they announced 11,000 layoffs from citi. the markets liked the move. the stock rallied on the expense cuts. netflix and disney announced a licensing agreement that will give netflix the right to show disney movies shortly after the they leave the theaters. so much to talk about, the fiscal cliff, jobs numbers, the state of the economy who better to talk about it than robert reich and current economics professor at the berkeley. let's talk about the numbers. on friday the surprisingly strong jobs numbers, 146,000 new jobs created. the u
in los angeles thanks. >>> hundreds of volunteers who you are ared to new york after superstorm sandy are settling into their home away from home. when they are not helping with recovery efforts they are recouperating on the uss wright. it is equiped with sleeping quarters and a common area. anna is live with an inside look. >> hello everybody at home. finding space for the thousands of volunteers who stepped up in the aftermath of superstorm sandy has proven to be a tall order. that's where this ship comes in, the ss wright. it is now home away from home for a couple hundred volunteers from the american red cross and fema core. they are staying together and eating together and playing games and watching sports together, yet it is in patriotic living quarters. and they are manning the 27 disaster recovery centers set up in the tri-state area. many are young and even just right out of high school. it is an interesting dynamic as many of the red cross volunteers are older. retired health care workers. it can be trying. being around storm victims and devastation at times is emotionally e
to move back into their home. >> reporter: lainy doesn't have a job this christmas. superstorm sandy destroyed the restaurant when weather -- where she and her daughters worked. >> you want to be back in your home, even if it's not that going to be the same. >> reporter: volunteers from operation blessing are trying to make that happen. >> give me 52. >> reporter: days before christmas 7 put up insulation, an expensive job that this single mother says she doesn't have money for right now. >> it's such a rerelief, a burden off your shoulders, fabulous that there's such kind, thoughtful people. >> reporter: the family won't be back in their house this christmas. they don't expect the work to be complete until the spring. knowing others volunteered their time to make their christmas a little brighter is the best gift they could receive. in october, sandy caused billions in damage along the east coast and devastated this water front community. volunteers have done more than 300 jobs like this one for the people of breezy point. >> this is an area affe
recovering from devastation caused by superstorm sandy. >> i think the most likely explanation here is sandy's impact was significant but was so short-lived that it didn't extend to the sample period of the employment report which was the week that covered november 12. >> reporter: hiring was also supposed to be weak due to worries about the fiscal cliff. with $600 billion in automatic tax hikes and government spending cuts set to start next yer, why aren't more firms postponing hiring decisions? >> what we're hearing from businesses is that it is really hard to actually pull back hiring right now, because they've already fired so many workers, gotten so lean that it's really difficult. >> reporter: but not all the surprises in the report were good. at 7.7%, the unemployment rate hit its lowest level since december 2008. but that was mostly due to people giving up their search for work. and there's another disappointing trend, weak wage growth. >> what we are not seeing is strong income generation. the slowing in wage gains-- the weak bargaining power of labor comes across in this report and
by superstorm sandy. we'll have more on that story plus your weather first when we return in two minutes. >>> good morning. welcome back to 9news now. it's 4:45. it's monday, christmas eve. a lot of people are asking that question will it be a white christmas. i'm not one of them. >> not here but a big chunk of the country is dealing with that. then wednesday if you're trying to get into ohio and west central pa, new york state, indiana, this storm is coming out of the oklahoma, texas panhandle, big snows up there. i'm looking at some models that have areas along i-70 in ohio a foot of snow on wednesday. >> where you have to go, hunker down at least till thursday. >> this will bring us mainly a rain event on wednesday and mainly a rain event as we head into the afternoon. some areas north and west, if you have wet snow flakes, sleet to mix in, don't be surprised but don't get too excited about it because with temperatures mid- to upper 30s, that's just not cold enough for anything to stick on road surfaces. we do have some advisories i want to start off with. they're in the mountains. we
assistance for residents affected by superstorm sandy. also in attended was another senator who pointed out why the state was spared 30 inches of snow still fell and areas around the crab capitol were destroyed by flooding. >> if you live in parts of maryland you are suffering as much as any community in this storm. >> both the governor and fema director have pledged to appeal the denial, has expressed outrage saying "i cannot remember a public policy decision that more deeply grieves me than the denial of individual assistance aid to families, homes, easy businesses. as one of maryland's poorest counties they need the help that these funds will provide." fema will still provide funds to the state that will help repair public structures such as roads. back on capitol hill the direct irseemed to be open to giving the eastern shore a closer look. >> i sometimes struggle with when we say no because it is never easy. but it doesn't mean we're not going to work with the governor and see what we can do. >> now maryland has 30 days to file the appeal and while those in the affected counties are b
counseling resources are available. >>> it's been a month since superstorm sandy ripped through the northeast, but it seems like an eternity for residents trying to clean up. our national correspondent susan candiotti traveled to staten island to see if a fema-backed program is really working. >> if we were here when the storm had ended, everybody here would be under water standing straight up. >> reporter: weeks after superstorm sandy flooded his basement, robert is one of the first 150 homeowners getting his home fixed as part of a rapid repairs program run by the city and mainly funded by fema. the repairs aren't fancy, just a basic fix to restore electricity, heat, and hot water to make homes livable. thousands wait in the wings, hoping for similar repairs. at a town hall meeting, frustration was everywhere. >> we are extremely, extremely frustrated. this is what you need to understand. >> how do you think the program is going so far? >> i think so far the program is going well. >> reporter: but new york city deputy mayor cass holloway is well aware emotions are high. >> some of these fru
standstill in the aftermath of superstorm sandy. it is a disaster that brought our system to its knees. the mta shutdown over services. despite preparation, we saw damage at a level we have never experienced before. most of our customers are seeking service and the workers are seeing another reality. it is a fragile system that is vulnerable. the subway line was completely washed away. the subway tunnel between brooklyn and manhattan is operational and will in only do so tomorrow. we have drawn down about 80% of our replacement equipment. the signal switches and relays have experienced damage from the storm. we need immediate repair needs. billions of project needs to protect our system from flooding occurrences. we will repair it and build our system as quickly as possible. 8.5 million people are depending on it. we have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to restore power as quickly as possible. yesterday our board approved of $2.5 billion in bonds despite anticipation notes that will be used for rebuilding. we were not able to handle this incredible burden on our own. a federal co
that follow superstorm sandy gave many homeowners a wakeup call, as the rebuild continues, could ab investment in engine company brigs and stratton plug you into a strong trend? cramer speaks to the ceo coming up. >>> don't miss a second of "mad money" follow @jimcramer on twitter. tweet cramer at #madtweets. send an e-mail to cramer at cnbc.com. or call 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. can i help you? i heard you guys can ship ground for less than the ups store. that's right. i've learned the only way to get a holiday deal is to camp out. you know we've been open all night. is this a trick to get my spot? [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. i have obligations. cute tobligations, but obligations.g. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-i
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the pond. richard quest. let's talk about where the taxes sometimes go. infrastructure, superstorm sandy exposed dangerous flaws in u.s. infrastructure. coming up next, i'll tell you how investing in infrastructure will not only help get the power back on faster after the next storm but could be the key to jobs and the boom we've all been waiting for. you are watching "your money" on cnn. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve. all day pain relief with just two pills. [ male announcer ] a european-inspired suspension, but it's not from germany. ♪ a powerful, fuel-efficient engine, but it's not from japan. ♪ it's a car like no other... from a place like nother. introducing the all-w 2013hevrolet malibu, our greatest malibu ever. ♪ wanted to provide better employee benefits while balancing the company's bottom line, their very first word was... [ to the tune of "lullaby and good night" ] ♪ af-lac ♪ aflac [ male announcer ] find out more at... [ duck ] aflac! [ male announcer ] ...forbusiness.com. [ yawning sou
displaced from their homes. the organization says the work for superstorm sandy was the biggest response in five years. let's check in with another busy man, meteorologist tony pann. >> things will quiet down for the rest of the weekend. partly cloudy skies in baltimore. 37 at the airport. stay tuned. we will >> now the forecast with meteorologist tony pann. >> the winter weather advisories have been cancelled. the map is lit up in the northeast part of the country. our little snowstorm has turned into a big snowstorm in the northeast part of the country. several inches of snow around boston already. they will pick up close to a foot in connecticut, massachusetts, in the higher terrain. the storm exploded when it got past baltimore. we got clipped by it as it was developing offshore. precipitation was held off several hours for us. that kept the amounts down significantly. we did not start the snow until 10:00 in the area when we expected it to come in at 4:00. that cut back on the totals. the skies are clearing. the wind is picking up. it will be a breezy night. the breeze will stay wit
the enamel. for children maae homeless by superstorm sandy, christmas brighter.. thanks to a nd 5-year-girl in southeast baltimore.keith dannels tells us about the litttl girl's idea... that's now gone vvral. sadie mirjafary is 5-year-old álittle girl..á with a ábigá hhert.... she's sandy.(sadie) "i donnt think - santa clause wiil know where their houses.. because they don't have a house. i think i'm going to be the one to give them toys!" sadie knows that she'sságettingá hooiday presents.. that makes hee happy. so does thh joy the chiidren to be happy too. like, they can have their toys so they can play with them.. causs they don't have aay toys anymore." sadie's toy drive ssarted about two weeks behind by sandy. she told her mother, let's ive the piis toys...(ms. mirjafary)" i were going to do it...." .........she ádiiá it with facebook, an event page. sadie asked for donations.. unwrappee toys foo any aag child.. and the people responded.(ááánats up full: "what is all of that?" "it's a lot of stuff!"ááá) ........stuffed animmls, gamms, scooters...
of that because of superstorm sandy halting hiring. we know a lot of employers seem to be holding back until lawmakers come to an agreement or not on the fiscal cliff. meeting expectations -- median expectations would be 85,000 jobs. over at macy's, we know there are a top -- are a lot of temporary workers. they will be burning the midnight oil. stores will stay open for 48 hours straight between december 24 -- december 23, and december 24. good news if you like your morning orange juice. we could see an easing of prices trickled down to consumers. the current crop could be bigger than the government is currently expecting. netflix ceo under pressure on the sec. a study showing that gays earn more and owe less. >> we will check back in with you soon. thank you so much for that. 4:30 it is your time. >> still to come and good morning washington, growing concerns over the crisis in syria. >> looking a lot more like christmas outside the white house. the first family of flipped the switch on the national christmas tree. it is the first year for this particular 30-foot tree. that is carrying on
hit hard by superstorm sandy.. are getting some extra rrlief. peliee.residents of somersett county who experienced significant ddmage wwll be eligible for food stamps because of the disaster. heeprogram provides ooe counny department of social e - services and the disaster recoverr center in ccisffeld. pgetttng ready to ring ii the new year aa the inner harborr harbor. melinda rooder is &llve with the reperaaions. 3 last miiutt new years eve ppeperatiins are also underwwy city.tooy dunnan is live set the scene.mes square to - 3 pow are the roads looking tonig? traffic edge eport. report.map map 3 mdott 95 north of 195mdot- 695 &pliberty pinsky says, "the state of connecticut, and other states too, are failing to protecc theechillren from guns." ggns." a lawyer suing the state of conneccicut vvr the sandy hook shooting. what he says the school shoolddhavv done to protect his 6-year-old clieet. singing: theees a nnw wind blowing like ive never known, im breathing deeper than ve evee donn 3 ring in 2013 with the winner of the x factor season two... the ssage for fox's new year
in southeast baltimore... is....collecting toys.../ llst theirs.../ in... superstorm sandy. sandy. sa--dira.... merge-a-fay../. nick-named... "sadie claus"... kickeddoff... her donation drive ...about two weeks ago... / after... she saw a story ..about the devastation sandy....// she... told her mother ...she wanted to do sooething....// so... they started a facebook event page... assing people to donatt... new, the response has been huge... (sadie) "i want the children to be happy too.. like, they can have tteir toys so they can play with them.. cause they don't have any toys anymore." anymore." so ar... / p sadie... collected nearly 3-thousand dollars... worth f toys... for chillren...//. if... you want to donate.../ stop by ...the parget ...in... white marsh truck" event...//. all -- donations... will be sent ...to saint mary's... by the sea ... in... point pleaaant, new jersey. -- react to story -- &panother fall-liie day....sunn and cool out...how will we finish out the weekend? meteorologist emily gracey... 3 3 teerel
were on new york city last night for the 12-12-12 benefit show to help victims of superstorm sandy. paul mccartney, the rolling stones, eric clapton, bruce springsteen and billy joel were among all the rock 'n' roll heroes that came out to perform. >> stephen: but they were all just opening acts for rock legend stephen colbert! (cheers and applause) i was honored. folks, i got to say, i was honored to be there and to be just off stage where i filmed mick jagger shaking his sexy bag of bones. here we go. (cheers and applause) just me and mick. you know, folks, donations are still being accepted. you can help the victims of hurricane sandy with a $10 do facial by texting robin hood to 50555 which i believe is paul mccartney's cell phone. (laughter) now folks, you know me, you know i have had it up to here with this imperial presidency. the arrogance of getting re-elected by running on a platform that voters find appealing sickens mement and now, and now folks, get ready for this, lady michelle antoinette. has abused her power yet again. >> oh, the perks of being first lady michelle o
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as having black hair, dark eyes and a light sust -- car damages after superstorm sandy boosted car sales. ktvu's cara liu is live. what are we seeing in the south bay? >> reporter: this dealership sold six cars over the weekend. including an suv like this one. they say that is a good weekend considering the rainy conditions. >> reporter: u.s. car sells were up in -- sales were up in november. he says it is one of several indicators the economy is recovering. >> the unemployment rate is declining slowly. gdp continues to grow. looks like the housing market may have bottomed out. so it is a recovery. >> reporter: volkswagen up 35%. and toyota up 17%. chrysler up 14%. here in the bay area, they say the november numbers aren't in but so far they beating the national trend. >> we are seeing increased sales. again, some 25% year to date this year. >> reporter: he says it is encouraging news that more people are willing to buy new cars and trucks. >> in the united states athere is 17 million cars and truck -- states there is 17 million cars and trucks. >> reporter: november was a difficult mont
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after super-storm sandy wreaked havoc along the new jersey shore, president obama met today with governor chris christie at the white house. the topic-- federal aid for storm recovery. the president is expected to ask congress for about $50 billion in additional emergency assistance. ruben ramirez is in seaside heights, new jersey, where business owners are striving to recover. ruben? >> reporter: thanks, tom. yes, nearly six weeks after super-storm sandy devastated this barrier island off the coast of new jersey, there's still a curfew in place. a lot of the traffic you see behind me is a lot of those longtime residents from the island and business owners who have bn going back day in and day out, trying to recover and repair whatever's left. some of those business owners we had a chance to speak to today. they say they'll reopen come next summer. >> you've kbchb in business 33 years, have you seen this sort of devastation before. >> no, nothing like this. we-- that's the reason we stayed because they were explaining that there was going to be a terrible storm. but we, of t
affected by sandy. superstorm sandy is estimated to be the most costly natural disaster in the united states since hurricane katrina. >> the recent rains we've had here have produced some good news for the ma rist canyon county water supplies. they're showing the highest levels ever recorded for this time of year. the down side is mud slides if the ground doesn't get a chance to dry out by any measures this weekend will be a far cry from last weekend. our meteorologist mark is here with the sgluz last week, we had storm no. 2 two approaching the bay area and then we were advertising the third strong one. no storms this week and as you can see, mostly clear sky there with the exception of a batch of high clouds moving toward the central portion of the bay. as far as temperatures they are cooling off. most areas are in the 50s. santa rosa 56, oakland, 56 with winds not too much of a factor. if you're looking toward the bay waters earlier today, i noticed the calm conditions. satellite, no rain drops expected. in fact the storm track heading to the north of the bay area so we can guara
from superstorm sandy. thousands packed madison square garden for a rocking benefit conner is featuring some of the biggest names in entertainment, many of them holding a deeply personal connection to the ravage by the storm. ♪ i was raised out of steel and the swamps of jersey ♪ >> reporter: bruce springsteen got the crowd on its feet, kicking off the concert. and later joined another jersey boy jon bon jovi singing about the state hit hard by the storm. ♪ >> reporter: whilethe all-star cast of performers pulled in the audience, raising money to help victims of superstorm sandy was the goal. >> we knew that the people who we were doing it for weren't going to be able to hear us, they weren't going to be able to see us, but we knew in our hearts that, you know, they knew that we were doing it for them. >> reporter: tickets to tee vent ranged from $150 to $2,500. organizers say from the ticket sales alone, the event raised more than $30 million. the concert streamed on the web and aired on television stations across the globe. producers say it was available to 2 billion people worl
. but there is one thing the senate has been able to agree on, getting aid to victims of superstorm sandy. by a 61-33 vote, the chamber passed the measure offering $60 billion in help. it heads to the house which must approve the bill by thursday or else the process has to start all over again. at least 113 people were killed when superstorm sandy hit in late october. the governors of new york and new jersey, the hardest hit states have estimated damages at more than $78 billion with a "b,". >>> the senate has approved a bill extending secret eavesdropping overseas. the measure's headed to president obama. he's expected to sign it. cnn's brian todd takes a closer look at this controversial foreign intelligence surveillance act. >> reporter: he ordered it just after 9/11, and it became one of the most controversial tactics used by former president george w. bush and his security team to fight the war on terror. the secret wiretapping without warrants of communications between u.s. residents and people overseas suspected of being terrorists. it drew fire because sometimes the communications of innoc
for families still reeling from superstorm sandy. many are still out of their homes. cbs reporter erica ferrari on how volunteers delivered a little hope to one family. >> reporter: lany doesn't have a job this christmas. superstorm sandy destroyed the restaurant where she and her three daughters worked. it also wiped out the first floor of their home in breezy point, new york. >> you just want to be back in your home. i mean even if it's not going to be the same. >> reporter: volunteers from operation blessing are trying to make that happen. >> give me 52. days before christmas, seven of them put up insulation. an expensive job that this single mother says she just doesn't have money for right now. >> it's such a relief. such like a burden off your shoulders. fabulous that there's such kind, thoughtful people. >> reporter: the family won't be back in their house this christmas. in fact they don't expect the work to be complete here until the spring. but they say knowing others volunteered their time to make their christmas a little brighter is the best gift they could have received. they aren'
personally impacted by superstorm sandy, who worked tirelessly to ensure that new york's needs were adequately addressed, as my state continues to react and recover to superstorm sandy and her aftermath. because of their hard work and tireless efforts, i know that new york's needs have been addressed in the sandy supplemental legislation that passed through the senate earlier this evening. my great l.d., heather mchugh, coordinated this effort, making sure every type of aid was considered and included in this package. she has great knowledge of both the senate and the house, and it was invaluable in getting this done. my deputy chief of staff, aaron sagervaun who is just so selfless and wonderful in making sure that every t is crossed and every i is dotted, i thank her as well. her team, jerry patrella did an amazing job. he is a long islander. he felt the impact of the storm personally. he was there every step of the way, making sure we didn't leave out anything. megan richardson, megan tyra, jonah crane, grant kerr, sean burn, hannah greenberg, veronica duran were all exceptional
superstorm sandy but now they're getting help. the federal government sent more than $1 million in aid to superstorm sandy victims. fema received hundreds aapplications and they're still processing the requests. the obama administration initially denied any aide to individualing living in somer -- individuals living in somerset county but since reversed that division. >>> in for round two? >> round two by saturday megan and charlie. over to the boards and show you through the course of the morning we'll be right around 36 degrees. lunchtime lot of clouds. windy at 37. we'll be flirting with the 40 for much of the afternoon. but the story is the wind and the wind will make it feel like it's around the freezing mark. here's that storm system from yesterday pulling up to the canadian maritimes. cloudy skies behind it and here we go out to the rockies another system that will be the saturday event we've been headlining through the morning. 39 today and 40 for friday and wintry mix moves in over the weekend. pretty chilly overall forecast with temperatures into the upper 30s to around 40 d
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